Coca-Cola Naughty Nun Belt Buckle

The Coca-Cola Company released this bronze, cigar-cutting belt buckle as a promotional item for the 1915 Trans-Pan Exposition in San Francisco. This was evidently before the company had begun cultivating its wholesome image.

There must have been quite a few of these buckles created, because you can find a number of them for sale on auction sites (such as here, here, and here). They range in price from $48 to $125.

     Posted By: Alex - Sat Mar 14, 2020
     Category: Kitsch and Collectibles | Soda, Pop, Soft Drinks and other Non-Alcoholic Beverages | 1910s





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Next time you look at porn, remember— Great-Grandpa liked it too...
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A naked lady who chops the end of a long, round object... no thanks!
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